The fabrics are: Dots by Timeless Treasures, Tufted Tweets by Laurie Wisbrun, FSDS Sky and Kiwi, Crazy for Dots and Stripes by RJR Fabrics and Bella Bleached White. And again, all from stash: )
After playing with the math I decided to make a 32" Swoon block. Sorry, it was really dreary so I didn't take pictures along the way and it went together really quickly. Once I finished up the block I felt like it was a little small, even for a baby quilt, plus I wasn't sure you'd look at it and instantly know it was one of my quilts so I added the zigzags;-) I love the way they echo the lines of the block! I made these with HSTs but if I did it again I'd go with flying geese to reduce some of the seam allowance bulk. I also probably wouldn't use a directional fabric again. It definitely upped the level of difficulty to get all the bubbles going the right way.
how to quilt your Swoon so I have lots of options to consider. And here's my tip for the day... this is the perfect time to make your binding. 1, it saves you from accidentally using the piece you had intended for your binding (been there, done that!). 2, you're still in the piecing groove. And 3, it is so nice to have your binding all ready to slap on as soon as you're done quilting. It makes finishing those quilts so much easier!